College diet increases the risk of halitosis

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  College students have a reputation for being the primary demographic of the pizza and beer industries. They practically single-handedly keep these two food products afloat. Nothing goes better with a laid-back Thursday night than a couple slices and a pint or two.

Posted: September 9, 2010

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College students have a reputation for being the primary demographic of the pizza and beer industries. They practically single-handedly keep these two food products afloat. Nothing goes better with a laid-back Thursday night than a couple slices and a pint or two.

However, college students who regularly indulge in these staples of higher education may find that they have persistent problems with bad breath. While the pairing of pizza and beer may be a great combination going down, their after-effect may be less than enticing.

When consumed together, they have a tendency to cause significant amounts of gas in the digestive tract. This gas can escape through the mouth, bringing with it the smell of half digested carbohydrates and fermented hops.

While these problems may be of little concern if you are just spending a night hanging out with guy friends, it could be much more worrisome if your plans for the night involve meeting up with some ladies a little later.

College students who regularly consume pizza and beer together may find that they regularly have bad breath. In order to cure this problem, they may find it necessary to start using specialty breath freshening products, like those offered by TheraBreath.

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